I get home and realize that the tops of the stands are pretty wobbly. The bases are sturdy but the part the car sits on wiggles. Also, i dont like the notch mechanism, it seems that if something bumps the lever upwards, the car will drop.
I am just a bit skeptikal because before i used a set i had burrowed from my uncle, they were old school but very sturdy and you had to slide something through some holes to lock them in place so they were a bit more assuring.
I use a similiar pair like the AC's on the rear end of my car on the axle tubes. I have a different pair I use that are wide and flat under my front subframes. I rock the car back and forth to test if they are properly centered before I go under the car. Hope this helps.
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There is nothing wrong with those jack stands..I have seen the delcos before at the Oreilly parts store and they are good quality..I've been using those type of stands for over 30 years..they are much better than the pin through the hole type ..
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their safe, i've used them before. When I bought jackstand I bought the biggest ***** I could find. They're like 12 ton MAC's that must weight over 30lbs a piece. They have a minimum height of ~12 inches. I really wanted something I wouldn't have to worry about...